I rarely humor conspiracy theories, but when two separate men affiliated with failed Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, commit suicide in a span of two months, it makes me wonder …
Suicide #1: Peter Smith
The first suicide happened in May, according to the Conservative Tribune:
Ten days after Republican operative Peter Smith revealed to the media that last year he tried to obtain then-Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s emails from Russian hackers, he died in circumstances that some have deemed to be “awfully suspicious.”
According to a Minnesota state death record reviewed by the Chicago Tribune, Smith committed suicide in a hotel room in Rochester on May 14 by placing a bag over his head that had been attached to a helium source of some kind. The hotel was reportedly situated next to the Mayo Clinic, a specialist hospital that treats especially difficult cases.
He reportedly left a suicide note in which he claimed “NO FOUL PLAY” was involved in his death and that he chose to commit suicide because of a “RECENT BAD TURN IN HEALTH SINCE JANUARY, 2017” and because his life insurance policy was on the verge of expiring.
According to the reporter who interviewed him 10 days prior to his suicide, he appeared perfectly fine at the time:
When I spoke to Peter Smith I had no indication that he was ill or planning to take his own life.
— Shane Harris (@shaneharris) July 13, 2017
And evidence suggests he had been at the hotel to receive treatment from the Mayo Clinic for a heart condition of some type. Why would someone seeking treatment suddenly turn around and kill himself?
Suicide #2: Klaus Eberwein
The second suicide happened at a hotel room in Miami last Tuesday, when former Haitian government official Klaus Eberwein “shot himself in the head,” according to Veronica Lamar, a Miami-Dade medical examiner records supervisor.
Here’s the kicker: He had been expected to testify this week “that the Clinton Foundation misappropriated Haiti earthquake donations from international donors.”
Via Zero Hedge:
Eberwein was only 50-years-old and reportedly told acquaintances he feared for his life because of his fierce criticism of the Clinton Foundation. His close friends and business partners were taken aback by the idea he may have committed suicide. “It’s really shocking,” said friend Gilbert Bailly. “We grew up together; he was like family.”
A list compiled last year by WND includes 33 odd deaths linked to the Clintons in one fashion or another.